Ever wonder why some men have the desire to dress in women's clothes? Is this a trait they're born with, or does it develop over time? Go behind the scenes of two ordinary couples who share the same secret: their husbands are cross dressers.
These sexual fetishes will shock even the most sexually experimental types. Meet Meghan, who likes to get trussed up like a turkey or hogtied like a suckling pig, and Rebecca, who enjoys pony games - all in the name of foreplay.
Being the wife of a politician is a high profile job. Throw in five children and you have one very busy woman. But Alison is on a quest to regain her youth and is preparing for her fifth round of plastic surgery.
Ever wondered what it would be like to have an illicit affair? Meet Tania. A former bodybuilder, turned interior designer, Tania has always had trouble with men. Now she's met Steven, who is everything she wants. The problem? He's married.
There's nothing like music to stir the body, the mind, and the soul. But for some women listening to music isn't enough. And as long as there have been musicians, there have been women that will do anything to be with them.
Christa has been married to Ken for eight years. The first few were monogamous, but one eye-opening evening with her husband and another woman led to a revelation: she likes women and doesn't mind sharing her husband with them.
Three women, three wives, three mothers, they were each living out the American dream, until they realized they were living a lie. How some womenhave to keep their secret for fear of breaking their family apart.
Tanya and John run A Foreign Affair, a leading international marriage agency. Tanya says people think that somehow she and her husband are selling women on the internet, but Tanya likes to think of themselves as international matchmakers.
When Tamara speaks to her congregation about redemption, she talks from experience. The pastor was once a member of a notorious street gang and found herself in prison, where she found God and turned her life around.
Law enforcement has routinely dismissed female gang members as being a part of a larger, male problem, but research shows that women are displaying violent, criminal tendencies that rival male gangs all over the country.